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so much higher? yes it's a refinery issue, yes it's a switch to summer blends, but also the u.s. government is weighing in on this. the energy information administration which is part of the department of energy put out this note. of it said essentially watch this tax move on the part of oil companies. in the month of december oil inc inch ten inventory convenient torreys dropped in the gulf coast region a tremendous amount, and why? look at this statement from the eia? they've said u.s. oils inventories typically decline in the month of december as oil companies try to cut their state and local tax bills. the more inventory you have the higher your tax bill. an interesting disclosure from the energy tporp administration. what we are seeing in california, more than a dozen cities are breaking the $4 mark on gasoline. why? because california has some of the highest state taxes in the country. also, hawaii, alaska, new york, the motorists there are going to have a hard time at the pump when they realize that their state taxes are pretty high versus the national average. the nation
, technically i wear one. the u.s. postal serviceĀ®, no business too small. martha: you are the seth mcfa martha: "happening now" starts right now. jon: brand-new stories and breaking news. jenna: four days ago in washington's fight to avoid steep budget cuts u. may feel it in a big way on your next trip to the airport. more on the olympic icon charged with premeditated murder. we have the latest on the "blade runner" charged with killing his girlfriend. a second serving of severe winter weather. it's all happening now. countdown to the sequester showdown. hi, everybody, i'm jenna lee. and i just floated this idea to our audience. you know the jaws music from the academy awards? every time we say sequester this week i'm wondering if it should come up. jon: a little audio cue. jenna: both because it's a little ridiculous and also because everyone is making it so dramatic. jon: i'm i'm jon scott. four days until the cuts kick in. democrats holding a news conference now with the air travel association on how sequestration will affect air travelers, but they are not the only ones. the white house sa
to the fact of the 18,000 police departments in the u.s., only a minority, about 300 have the money to spend on aerial assets such as helicopters or light aircraft. those who support drones argue that there are essentially misunderstood. most are very small like the one you see here costs between ten and $50,000. and they can only fly for about an hour or less. they can not be armed. those who support the drones say they are force multipliers for local cops and rescue crews. >> it is an extra tool in the tool kit for the first-responders to use and it is more portable than a lot of manned assets that are out there. >> reporter: those against the explosive expansion of drones say the law has not kept pace with technology which means simply basic privacy right its are at stake here. >>> number one, drones should never be used to look into private areas like your bedroom window or your barn, what have you, without a warrant. number two when you're out in public you are being watched by people around you but you don't expect you're being tracked everywhere you go all day by some unseen eye in th
seek to narrow it like when we persuade ad court to drastically limit a u.s. government request for two months of user search queries. now, keep in mind, google owns an awful lot of properties. not only is there google but gmail, youtube, picasso, online photo sharing site. feed burner, a management tool for bloggers or orkit. a networking site popular in india and brazil and android smartphone operating system. this new legal issue how much access the government should have to internet communications is subject of a conference featuring legal scholars, civil libertarians and google representatives is starting at 1230 in washington. we'll keep an eye on that. if you don't want the government to poke around your online history. delete your history. it doesn't entirely stop the access of it but limits the duration they can examine it. jon, back to you. jon: brave new world we're getting into. doug mckelway, thank you. jenna: don't why when you buy. that is the national campaign when purchasing firearms. statistics show buyers are not always completely honest. many are suspected of giving
. thank you, we appreciate it. >> reporter: you're welcome. jon: a new report linking major u.s. cyber attacks to one of the countries biggest potential political opponents. who is behind them and what can be done to stop all of this? also, jodi arias expected to take the stand again today, she is accused of brutally murdering her exboyfriend. she's spent days now talking about her life and their relationship, but she hasn't mentioned the crimes of which she's accused. we'll tell you why, coming up. [ male announcer ] you know that guy that drives that limousine. current events. comfortable temperature. biceps. he maintains everything for your pleasure. he has the nicest car you can think of, but longer. with one hand he can roll down 10 windows plus the partition. everything he does, tacks right off. and of course he dines upon the liquid gold of velveeta shells and cheese. end of story. liquid gold. eat like that y you know. liquid gold. new honey bunches of oats greek yohere we go.ole grain. honey cornflakes and chunks of greek yogurt. i'm tasting both the yogurt and the honey at th
the u.s. a few times in the last couple of years, maybe every five years you get a big one like this but never this amount of injuries. we've heard a little bit more about incidents in russia mainly because it's such a large land mass of that country. meanwhile the city in russia is now -- it's evening there, they are trying to come down-to-earth after this really, really spectacular strike from the sky. jenna: maybe once-in-a-lifetime, right? you hope, you hope in this situation. thank you very much. greg palkot from london for us today. this is the start of what is shaping up to be a very busy day in space as we're about to witness an astroid get closer to earth than some of our very own satellites. an expert a tron more will join us this hour for more on this and the meteor in russia. a lot more on this coming up, jon. jon: what exploded over russia was a meteor. what is about to fly by the earth later today is an astroid. they are both essentially big space rocks. so what is the difference? an astroid defined as a large rocky body in orbit around the sun while a meteor is a
california? now it is across the central u.s. bringing the potential for a foot or more across portions of kansas through nebraska, and in towards iowa. we're seeing that winterry mix as well as ice. ice on the roadways, on the trees, power lines, for arkansas, up to missouri, we could see half an inch of ice which could be extraordinarily dangerous. portions of missouri, arkansas and across the ohio river valley as this system moves eastward. the snow totals from this map, this computer model looks like 12 to 18 inches in and around the kansas city area. lighter blue, six to 12 easily. that could include the chicago area. they have not seen a lot of snow this season if you can believe it. winter weather advisories for all the areas in pink. those are winter storm warnings. we have ice storm warning where we could see significant icing. very dangerous. people are urged to stay off the roads where we're getting ice. there is kansas city, miss sourcery, that bull's eye where we could get 12 to 18 inches of snow. some places we're getting a snowstorm they haven't seen in last couple years.
gutted our military. we literally had thousands of u.s. armed forces, ground forces die unnecessarily in the beginning of that conflict. in vietnam we were not aready for that type of war post-the korean war. after the collapse of the soviet union we were not level. we had to put all of that on fast forward. jenna: we were hering from the air force chief of staff tracking about future conflict but we're very much in a war right now and the military has to deal with budgets all the time when you're in a combat area like afghanistan. in your experience, nearly 40 years in the army, what happens during a time like this when there is some sort of budgetary crisis or concern in washington but you're on the battlefield? >> well, what they will try to do with the forces on the battlefield is continue to provide them with the priorities they need in terms of ammunition, and supplies and all the other necessary priorities. they will do everything they can to fence them. what will it impact on is those who were preparing to go. they will not have as many training hours, as many flying hours. sh
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